The Mount is proud to announce a new art gallery on the first floor of The Flats, a renovated 100-year-old building in East Price Hill.
The Flats Gallery - A College of Mount St. Joseph Urban Arts Partnership, is operated by staff and students. The gallery works to engage local artists, educators, students, and residents in art-related discussions and activities.
The Flats Gallery hours are:
- Tuesdays: from 4 pm to 7 pm
- Fridays: from 3 pm to 6 pm
- Saturdays: from 1 pm to 5 pm
Flats Gallery is closed on major holidays.
The Flats Gallery is located at 3028 Price Avenue. Call 513-244-4223 for more information.
SUMMER WORKSHOP SERIES
Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m.; FLATS Gallery
$10 material fee; per person, per session
- July 24 – “Poetry Workshop” with Richard Hague
Learn the art of word crafting. See your thoughts on paper as you compose words, phrases, space and punctuation into a symphony of story.
Richard Hague is author of 14 books, most recently “During The Recent Extinctions: New & Selected Poems l984-2012,” for which he received the 2013 Weatherford Prize in Poetry from the Appalachian Studies Association and the Loyal Jones Appalachian Center at Berea College. His poems, essays, and stories have appeared all over the country and in dozens of anthologies. Hague has also received many distinguished awards.
August 7 – "Creating Personal Shrines" with Sylvia Dick, Susan Lawrence & Kate Ungrund
Explore small-scale assemblage sculptures made to reflect ourselves or honor important women in our lives. Participants are encouraged to bring photos or other small memorabilia to include in their “shrine” sculpture. Wooden boxes, paint, and a variety of other materials will be provided.
*Space is limited. Pre-register by filling out the registration form.